• Not radioactive source of ionization
• Without expensive expendables
• A wide range of the detected substances
Portable spectrometer of ionic mobility for detecting of trace amounts of low-volatiles.
• examination of freights, vehicles and people at customs control (examination);
• inspection of territories and objects by services Ministries of Emergency Situations and environmental control;
• examination of the suspected persons by bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, etc.
The detector can be used at inspection of territories, rooms, mobile objects and freights at customs and border control, in expert and criminalistic laboratories of various departments, analytical laboratories of the industrial enterprises and research establishments.
IDD "Kerber" is served by one person and is intended for work as in field conditions — directly on the place of control, and in the conditions of stationary and mobile specialized laboratories.
Detecting of substances and their identification are based on measurements of ionic mobility of molecules in the gas environment with an atmospheric pressure. An ionization source — the pulse crown category.
The detector has the mode of detecting of vapors of organic substances in air of controlled object and the mode of detecting of firm particles of organic substances on the special napkin used when rubbing a controlled surface.
IDD "Kerber" does not demand expensive expendables — as a napkin aluminum foil (State standard specification 745-2003) is used
The detected substances
DNT — Dinitrotoluol
TNT — Trinitrotoluene
NG — Nitroglycerine
PET — TEN (tetranitropentaerythritol)
RDX — Hexogen
TETR — Tetryl
S-4 — Hexogen + softener
SEM — Semteks (Hexogen + TEN + a plastikfikator)
TATR — acetone Peroxide
EGDN — Etilenglikoldinitrat
AMN — ammonium Nitrate
AMP — Amphetamine
SOS — Cocaine
HER — Heroin
MDMA — 3,4-metilendioksin-1M-methamphetamine ("Ecstasy")
CAN — Kannabinol (Hashish, marijuana)
TNC — Tetrahydrocannabinol
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